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[Bug 5047] Content of "dataType" in the IF schema

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------- Comment #5 from sandygao@ca.ibm.com  2007-10-25 15:43 -------
The "skip" wildcard matches the root element of the model document being
packaged. SML-IF validity does not care about the content of that element (as
long as it's well-formed XML), which is why the processContents is set to
"skip".

Note that the proposal quoted in comment #1 is incomplete. We need to answer
the question raised in comment #3. That is, if there are more than one
sub-element under <data>, what marks the beginning and end of the embedded
document? Are we implicitly assuming "all characters after <data> and before
the first extension element, if any, otherwise before </data>"?
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